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to believe michael jackson's "thriller" is more than a quarter century old. who does not love that video? hard to believe that mtv was reluctant to play it. went on to be voted the most influential pop music video of all time. and the album? we'll let karyn wynter count the grammys. >> 1982, prince william was just a baby, michael jackson released "thriller." still the best-selling album in the world. >> it didn't matter if you were asian, black, hispanic, white. we all knew "thriller." >> i lived in haiti for a short time when i was a young kid and used to take that boom box out and play it for some of the local kids. as soon as i pressed play, they would start doing back flips. >> it didn't matter if you had a huge punk collection, huge r & b collection or frank sinatra was your favorite singer. for some reason you owned "thriller." >> although videos like billee jean," they were reluctant to put his music into rotation. >> "beat it" and the president of epic records says, you don't get any other videos unless you play michael jackson. so it was sort of a smart threat at the time. they
of troubled events for jesse jackson jr. now word of a possible plea deal as the illinois congressman faces legal trouble. we are on the face next. busier highways.nk on on once empty fields. everyday you see all the ways all of us at us bank are helping grow our economy. lending more so companies and communities can expand, grow stronger and get back to work. everyday you see all of us serving you, around the country, around the corner. us bank. how they'll live tomorrow. for more than 116 years, ameriprise financial has worked for their clients' futures. helping millions of americans retire on their terms. when they want. where they want. doing what they want. ameriprise. the strength of a leader in retirement planning. the heart of 10,000 advisors working with you one-to-one. together for your future. ♪ >>> despite being out of the office and in treatment for this mood disorder since the summer, congressman jesse jackson jr. was re-elected two days ago and now seeking a much tougher signoff from prosecutors investigating him for allegedly misusing campaign funds. chicago sun times is r
deployment sites. and jesse jackson jr. is resigning from congress. the son of the civil rights leader the reverend jesse jackson has been out for months on what he calls several serious health issues. he's also being investigated by the fbi and house ethics committee. he submitted his letter of resignation to house speaker john boehner just a little more than two weeks after winning re-election. and an extraordinary moment in basketball. a great game would be a player scoring in the high double digits. but what about scoring in, get this, the triple digits? that's what grinnel colleges jack turner did. his teammates kept passing him the ball. grinnell college sophomore jack taylor kept sinking it. again and again and again. 138 points against faith baptist bible college topping the national record that has stood for more than five decades. >> coming into the game, my teammates and my coaches wanted to get me some more shots to try to get my confidence going before we enter conference play. and so i knew i was going to get a few more shots than usual. >> at halftime he had 58 points. h
for the mayo clinic says representative jesse jackson jr. is no longer being treated there. jackson had returned to the center for a second time last month after being treated for by polar depression for the summer. he was re-elected last week amid separate investigations by the fbi and house ethics committee. he has been on a leave of absence since june. he didn't campaign. it remains unclear when he'll return. >>> an army prosecutor said at a preliminary military hearing today that staff sergeant robert bales should face a court martial and eventually the death penalty. he's accused of killing can 16 afghan villagers in an early-morning rampage in march. the prosecution believes he acted and i use their words here, with chilling premeditation. but his family says there are other factors at play. in a statement to "outfront" today, they said, much of the testimony was painful, even heartbreaking but we're not convinced the government has shown us the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth about what happened that night. the hearing ended today, and it will determine if his c
. >> criminal defense attorney joey jackson is on the case, joins us from new york. joey, is this a little premature, an initiative just passed last week, the federal law still stands that marijuana is illegal. >> well, how are you doing, ted. good to see you. and happy veterans day, go veterans of america, you do a great job. it comes down to a question of discretion. it is a discretional question at the federal level and at state level. why? because we all know, you and i both know, for more than 40 years, right, the federal government has said, no, to marijuana. they said it is illegal. so therefore because of our supremacy clause, right, which is article six, section two, of the constitution, the feds, it is illegal there and the feds have supremacy over the states. so if it is illegal at the federal level, whatever state does, it is illegal there as well. there is always the question of discretion. the people have spoken and in these respective states and i think the federal government may, in fact, respect that right and therefore say because the people have spoken at the state level
from michael jackson's "thriller," well, that album remains the best selling of all time when the king of pop released it 30 years ago today. hits such as "beat it" change the way we look at music videos and influenced a whole generation of artists. jackson as we all know he died back in 2009 at the age of 50. imagine that? that album is 30 years old now. >> doesn't seem possible after all these years. >> so what was your favorite song from there? >> thriller i think. billy jean. >> i know. there are a lot. you're like i love thriller and realize there are so many other good ones too. good stuff. >> thanks, lisa. >>> doctors have found a good use for an otherwise illegal drug. details next. etter employee bens while balancing the company's bottom line, their very first word was... [ to the tune of "lullaby and good night" ] ♪ af-lac ♪ aflac [ male announcer ] find out more at... [ duck ] aflac! [ male announcer ] ...forbusiness.com. [ yawning sound ] and the candidate's speech is in pieces all over the district. the writer's desktop and the coordinator's phone are working on a joke
not make you dance like michael jackson but could help you to learn to play a piano. >> created by students and professors at georgia tech it uses vibrations to teach your fingers the notes of a song. >> so you are going to teach me to play oh suzanna. i have zero experience. never played before. >> we will have you wear the glove for 30 minutes or so. you can be reading e-mail or jogging or talking and the system will tap your fingers over and over again in the sequence of notes that you need to play the song. >> gloves off. give it a try. ♪ along with teaching people to play music, the glove could be used to help people. >> it could be used to help people with partial spinal cord recovery recover sensation and dexterity in their hands up to a year post injury. >> reporter: like rick lynch, a quadriplegic who participated in a eight-week study wearing the glove two hours a day helped improve his typing skills. >> rather than just using one finger to type, now i'm trying to use fingers on one hand. this allowed me to not only regain some dexterity, but also learn how to play the piano. >>
if they will participate in an exchange program. >>> and democratic congressman jesse jackson junior is out of mayo clinic where he was treated for bipolar depression, despite embroiled in a house ethics investigation for misuse of campaign funds. he won re-election last week, he has been on leave of absence since june. >>> and john mcafee says he is innocent of murder and is on the run from authorities in central america. he is wanted in belize for questioning after his neighbor, a u.s. citizen, was found shot to death last weekend. mcafee left his namesake internet security firm in 1994. >>> and massachusetts police say an er doctor driving drunk and on pills caused this unbelievable crash. it wasn't even 9:00 in the morning when police say the woman behind the wheel hit a delivery truck in a parking lot, ran into a fence twice, sheered a post in two, and then went airborne, crashing into street traffic. one person was transported to the hospital with injuries and the driver was arrested at the scene. police say she failed two sobriety tests, and prosecutors say this doctor is actually prescribing drugs
, but it was 30 years ago today that a 24-year-old michael jackson released a new album called "thriller." seven of the nine tracks went on to become top ten hits. won three grammys and three decades later, "thriller" is the best-selling album in the world still. >>> speaking of music legends, want to talk about an american legend in music as well. he calls it, you know, a career. glen campbell suffering from alzheimer's, sits down with cnn for an emotional interview as he gets ready for his final show tonight. here's miguel marquez. ♪ >> reporter: last year, the rhinestone cowboy made a stunning announcement. >> what did they diagnose me as? >> alzheimers. >> alzheimer's. what's alzheimer's? how do you -- >> you start losing your memory. and your ability to reason. ♪ some days i'm so confused ♪ ♪ my past is in my way ♪ > >> reporter: this isn't glen campbell's first major challenge. he successfully battled drug and alcohol addiction. >> i was forgiven for being a dummy, literally. >> reporter: but now after five decades as a music icon, the 76-year-old entertainer is taking his final
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